Harris County DA Kim Ogg held a press conference to detail the results of another grand jury investigation into the Harding St. raid. Six more officers have been indicted.
More information has surfaced about what happened during and before the warrant service on the Breonna Taylor killing. The details exonerate police, and call for reforms of procedure.
The 12 million dollar settlement in the Breonna Taylor case and the police reforms required may act as a template for reforms in other cities.
Four more officers have been charged with criminal offenses stemming from the investigation into the no-knock raid at 7815 Harding Street in Houston on 28 January, 2019.
Breonna Taylor was killed in a dubious no-knock raid by plain clothes narcotics officers, who did not have body cameras, at 1 a.m.
A Harris County grand jury has returned indictments of two former police officers who were arrested in August 2019, related to the no-knock raid which resulted in the murder of an innocent couple.
At the federal bond hearing for former Houston Police officer Gerald Goines, an FBI agent testifies they found more drugs and a stolen gun in Goines unmarked HPD vehicle.
Federal indictments from a grand jury have resulted in the arrest of two former Houston police officers and a neighbor of the couple killed in a no-knock raid at 7815 Harding Street on 28 January.
The Harris County District Attorney has charged one former Houston Police department officer with murder, and another with second-degree tampering of a government document, in botched no-knock raid.
Independent forensic investigators have found startling new evidence in the Harding Street house where the disastrous no-knock raid resulted in the death of Dennis and Rhogena Tuttle.
Four police narcotics officers have retired as a result of the investigation of the no-knock raid in Houston where a middle aged couple was killed, four officers wounded, and evidence falsified.
A long term undercover narcotics Houston Police officer lied to obtain the no-knock search warrant that lead to the deaths of a middle-aged couple, their dog, and the wounding of four officers.
An inventory of the items seized at the Houston no-knock raid that resulted in a gunfight killing a married couple and wounding four police officers, has been released. It does not include a handgun.